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Fans’ View: Bye, bye Beckham
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Fans’ View: Bye, bye Beckham

A lot has changed since Beckham joined the league six years ago. With his departure imminent, Tim Carr looks back.

Fans’ View: Three-Bloody-Nil
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Fans’ View: Three-Bloody-Nil

Sure, the season ended on a low note (that was a quarter-step flat to boot), but would it have made sense any other way?

Fans’ View: Freedom’s just another word
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Fans’ View: Freedom’s just another word

Yes, the Union season drifts to an ignominious end. Yet the young lads are playing it out loud and proud.

Fans’ View: Come Together
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Fans’ View: Come Together

As in music, there are supergroups in soccer. But big names don’t guarantee chemistry.

Fans’ View: You’ll never DOOP alone
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Fans’ View: You’ll never DOOP alone

Some see the Union’s third season as a failure. But Tim Carr thinks the tough season has only brought Union fans closer together.

Fans’ View: Looking back
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Fans’ View: Looking back

It’s been a tough season but not one without some great moments. For one Union supporter, these include starting the season in the River End.

A reprise; as there has been no reprieve
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A reprise; as there has been no reprieve

The year started, and appears to be ending, in abject failure for the Union but that does not equal (or allow) failure by us fans.

The Sheanomenon. (Photo: Earl Gardner)
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Fans’ View: Thanks for the thrills

What do you do when you have a nightmare that your favorite Union player is leaving the club?

Fans’ view: The traveling circus
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Fans’ view: The traveling circus

One fan talks about the joys of traveling into someone else’s house and giving them hell. He may not make the best house guest, but it’s a recipe for great soccer fandom.

Fans’ View: Relegation realities — It looks so easy on TV
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Fans’ View: Relegation realities — It looks so easy on TV

Relegation looks a whole lot different when you realize it could happen to you.